We wrapped up our 3 weeks in the Teton Valley of Wyoming (Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park) and are in route to Alaska (via a long 8 days through Canada). I know I keep saying this, but it felt like way more than 3 weeks. We really had no idea how much we would fall in love with the Teton Valley. Between the people and the scenery, we would come back in a heartbeat!
I thought I’d do a short wrap-up with stats (because you should all know my love of stats by now).
11 nights in a tent
7 nights in a dry cabin
1 night in a hotel
Miles hikes: 21
Personal Trash Created: 5.4 lbs (average American creates 4.4 lbs of garbage a day!)
Recycling Created: 3.7 lbs
Compost Created: 2.2 lbs
Number of times we unloaded the car: 5
Number of car washes: 3
Blocks of ice purchased for cooler: 3
Monopoly Deal Game Played: 32
Netflix Movies or Red Box Rentals: 6 (plus watching “The Rain” TV show)
Wildlife spotted: bison, pronghorn, marmots, moose (sadly only Justin saw 2, me 0), osprey, eagles, red-tailed hawks (but NO bear despite our early morning and late night drives!)
Favorite Event: Vanlife Gathering, but driving in Jackson’s 4th of July Parade was a close second!!!